Sheila Mundy was originally born in England, travelling to Perth, Australia, in January 1987. Sheila says:
“As soon as we landed in Perth, we knew this place was going to be home.”
Sheila and her husband Jerry have been married for 39 years and they have 3 sons and 6 grandchildren.
Sheila has had extensive experience working with, caring for and advocating for children. Working in her early career as a nanny, she is especially proud of her work towards an organisation specialising in helping hyperactive children. In Australia she was WA State representative for ToughLove; a group that provides self-help programs for parents struggling with unacceptable adolescent behaviour.
“I’m passionate about caring and protecting children and want to bring awareness of what is happening to some of our children in our nation, and to be a voice for those that don’t have one.”
“Part of the reason I have decided to stand for One Nation is that I want future generations to experience the Australia that my family and I have come to know, to enjoy the freedom and safety of this great country. We are so privileged to call Australia home.” Sheila says.
Sheila has a keen interest in health and nutrition and for the past 32 years has been self-employed, working as a consultant for a major health and nutrition company. Her position has included speaking engagements in Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra and Perth as well as overseas.
Sheila has travelled extensively, growing up in the UK and at the age of 18 moving, living in central east Africa for 7 years and visiting many other countries. Sheila credits these experiences with creating a great appreciation and love for Australia in her. She wants to make sure the Australian culture and way of life is not eroded and wants to see immigration policies addressed. Sheila wants to keep Australia safe and prosperous for generations to come.
“I believe Australians should be able to make decisions on what’s best for Australia. The fact that the United Nations believes they can force us to stop turning around illegal boat arrivals, pay more foreign aid and end Australians having a say on how many immigrants and refugees come into the country is very concerning. We need to make decisions that put Australians first.”
“The scourge of ice and drugs in our community is also devastating. We should have more grants awarded to those organisations that are having proven success in fighting the ice epidemic.”
Sheila promises that if given the honour to represent Cowan in Parliament, she’ll always have the guts to say what you’re thinking on the issues that no other party will.